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Rowing has Five Named to IRA All-Academic Team
To be eligible for recognition, a student-athlete must have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.35 or higher, completed one full year at their institution (freshmen and first-year transfers are not eligible), be an institutional letter winner and competed at the 2016 IRA National Championship Regatta.
Villanova Rowing has seven named CRCA National Scholar-Athletes
The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) announced its 2016 scholar athletes and Villanova is represented by Jacqueline Denning, Caroline McCaughey, Morgan Mroz, Briggs Mroz, Melanie Preve, Abigale Schenone, and Julia Talladay.
Wildcats win Petite Finals in Last Regatta of the Season
On Sunday Villanova faced Fordham, Princeton, Georgetown, and MIT in the Petite Finals. The Wildcats battled with Fordham and in the end Villanova was able to edge out the victory with a time of 8:00.180.
Villanova Ties for Fourth at CAA Championships
Villanova rowing capped off their season at the CAA Conference Championships early Sunday morning. Due to strong winds on race day the races were moved to 6 AM. All of the Wildcat boats were seeded 6th heading into the conference championship that also included Northeastern, Drexel, Eastern Michigan, Delaware, and Buffalo.
Wildcats Improve at Dad Vail
Villanova shows growth this weekend edging closer to local schools with their final times
Rowing Competes at Kelly Cup
Head Coach Carissa Adams shared about her team, "It was another opportunity where our program was able to inch their way closer to the Philly schools. The varsity eight has seen some major improvements in their performance over the past few weeks. Each week they are getting closer and closer to the top competition."
Novice Four takes home Gold at Kerr Cup
Head Coach Carissa Adams shared "It was nice to get back on the Schuylkill for racing this weekend. The team saw a lot of improvement this weekend."
Rowing Competed at Knecht Cup
With their time the Varsity Four boat qualified for the Grand Finals on Sunday and came in 2nd with a time of 7:45.5. Stanford came in first (7:31.8) after Villanova was Princeton (7:46.4), MIT (7:49.6), Radcliffe (7:52.5), and Boston University (7:55.0).